In a year of dodgy journalism, Seven stood head and shoulders above the rest
Solid if unspectacular numbers for Foxtel on the absorbing first day of the India versus Australia test series.
Crikey asks Channel Seven why they asked people on Facebook if they thought "anti-white racism" was on the rise.
The ACTU boss Sally McManus has met with journalists to allay their concerns about being locked out of union events.
Seven's Sunday Night has been honoured with the prestigious Wankley award for its shoddy "African gangs" story.
Nine has announced it's getting tennis a year early, set to broadcast the Australian Open in 2019. The channel reportedly paid $48.5 million to current rights holder Seven to get started earlier.
Seven's Europe correspondent Laurel Irving has spoken about how she and her cameraman were robbed of their $25,000 camera while in the middle of shooting on the streets of London.
The Commonwealth Games closing ceremony snaffu rolls on, with Seven's Johanna Griggs firing back at ABC's Tracey Holmes' reports yesterday that Seven knew, or should have known, the details of the ceremony before it went to air.
Seven and Foxtel have pulled a fast one on cricket fans, ducking regulations to lock two thirds of international cricket matches on a subscription service. Will will it be enough to save Foxtel's sinking subscriber base?